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"It really does give me goose bumps," said Sinclair, who has served as executive director of O'Connor Woods since it opened in 1990.
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THE loud sound of steam and oil engines running proved too much for some young children at Leneva's Border Steam Rally on the weekend.
Many U.S. foods come from crops with DNA that was modified to resist disease, drought and insects.
Michael Suiter, 51, of the 2200 block of Portsmouth Ave. in Toledo, Ohio has been charged with a second degree misdemeanor count of animal cruelty on Friday after authorities seized 26 dogs and cats living in squalor at a home in Rossford reported the Toledo Blade.
GIS trades at a modest premium to the S&P 500 and is inexpensive given low volatility and stable industry.
Minneapolis Police Chief Jane Harteau held a "Northside Safety Summit" Friday that was part workshop, part brainstorm designed to address entrenched crime patterns on the city's north side - and head off the start of a crime wave that typically accompanies warmer weather.
French cooperative group InVivo said it would strengthen ties with agricultural trading house Archer Daniels Midland through their British joint venture - grain trader Gleadell.
Rick Ruppert, brandishing a bag of cow feed, told a group of central Pennsylvania 4-H students that putting that feed together was much like baking a cake.
Shearer's Foods, a private label salty snack manufacturer owned by Toronto-based private equity firm Wind Point Partners, has acquired the assets of the Medallion Foods business from ConAgra Foods,Inc. for $33.5 million.
Post Holdings Inc. confirmed it will acquire Michael Foods Inc. for $2.45 billion, expanding the cereal maker's menu of breakfast offerings into eggs and dairy goods.
Any of you who are thinking about suing General Mills Inc. in the near future: You might want to rethink that breakfast of Wheaties or Lucky Charms.
For those seeking work in Santa Cruz - or those who are looking for a new job, or even a second job - here's a list of local job openings.
Any questions? Easiest: Digging purple varnish clams on Siletz Bay just south of Taft.
Alice in Dairyland is the state's agricultural ambassador and travels Wisconsin promoting the state's agriculture industry in speeches, media interviews and school presentations.